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August 1, 1969

19690157

19690157

19690160

19690160
  • Find #2
  • T6E
  • Rocchetto fragment

The picture is facing roughly N from grid N-O 1-2 ( see trench plan p. 102 ).  E of the large treestump marked with an arrow is the pit which was excavated separately and which is referred to on p. 152 ff.

T6E (2)

Excavation continued on the area B-I 4-10 and B-M 4-6.  Many tile fragments - some large continued to be found.  3 boxes of tile from this area were dumped.  Excavation was extended to include the entire area north of M and west of 10 covered by the grid.  This was done to trace the courses of several "lines of stones" which had come to light on previous days.  A spindle whorl was found at J2.  This process of cleaning yielded 2 boxes of tiles and 1 box of mixed pottery and bones.  A further one metre extension of the trench was made into the area designated C11 - I11 on the grid

T6E (1)

The second layer produced pieces of procession frieze and lateral sima with a concentration to grid N-O 6 - and westwards.

19690578

  • Find #1
  • T6E (1); N-O 6
  • Piece of processional frieze

19690667

  • Find #2
  • T6E (1); N5
  • Piece of procession frieze

19690696

  • Find #3
  • T6E (1); N5
  • Piece of procession frieze

19690697

  • Find #4
  • T6E (1); N7
  • Piece of procession frieze

19690698

  • Find #5
  • T6E (1); O6
  • Piece of procession frieze

19690631

  • Find #6
  • T6E (1); N6
  • Piece of procession frieze

19690635

  • Find #7
  • T6E (1); O6
  • Piece of procession frieze

19690652

  • Find #8
  • T6E (1); O1
  • Piece of procession frieze

19690654

  • Find #9
  • T6E (1); N7
  • Piece of procession frieze

19690655

  • Find #10
  • T6E (1); N2, O2
  • Piece of procession frieze

The frieze pieces were of varying quality, but one frag-

19690579

  • Find #1 ( )
  • T6E; N4
  • Procession frieze fragments

19690580

  • Find #2 ( )
  • T6E; N4
  • Procession frieze fragments (2 pieces joines)

19690583

  • Find #3
  • T6E; O1
  • Procession frieze fragments

19690589

  • Find #4
  • T6E; N5
  • Procession frieze fragments

19690699

  • Find #5
  • T6E; N4
  • Procession frieze fragments

ment showed the horses with extremely clear lines and all interior details.  One piece of horserace frieze (#1) was found (lower right corner).  3 boxes of tiles were dumped.

The dump from T2 was removed in order to extend the trench T6D eastwards.

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Ingrid Edlund. "IE I (1969-08-01):114-117; Daily Log from Italy/Poggio Civitate/Tesoro/Tesoro 6E (2)/1970, ID:442". (2017) In Murlo. Anthony Tuck (Ed.) . Released: 2017-10-04. Open Context. <http://opencontext.org/documents/ef135c9c-a7b3-49e8-a2c2-dc783d08b0b3>

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